So, it was a blister in GHinting's right toe that affected his game. But did it occur at the beginning of the match as translated in the article above or at the beginning or sometime during the decider? Seriously, if not for the toe blister and, I should add, some stamina issues, there's little likelihood for Ginting to lose G3 when 12 - 5 up, not impossible but highly improbable. Such a shame, Ginting really has the game to beat Momota. I tend to agree with Morten Frost who said something to the effect that when both Ginting and Momota are at their very best, Ginting is the better player except that he is not too consistent either within the same tournament or the same match or even the one set. Personally, I feel that Ginting at age 23 still has room for improvement, he hasn't reached his peak yet. In my opinion, building better stamina should be the topmost priority for him.